June 2013
Accountancy;Jun2013, Vol. 150 Issue 1438, p75
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The article opines the Bank of England, Great Britain's Treasury and the British banking industry have been operating a mutual self-help alliance that has made the banking system dysfunctional and slowed economic recovery. The discussion topics include the central bank's quantitative easing or asset purchasing policy and resource misallocation and fees resulting from government intervention.


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